No, no, no, not like that. But wouldn't it be cool if the Hulk played bass in a Canadian power rock band?
Perhaps I oughta have said the Hulk is on a rampage, and altho' we need Sue Richards to describe it (because geez, y'can't show that sorta thing in a comic book), the Green Goliath has just tossed Daredevil against an army jet! You know, Daredevil, I don't care how award-winning your series is, that's gotta hurt. Luckily Reed Richards has brought his handy-dandy Nega-Gamma Gun! And remember, folks, when Nega-Gamma Guns are outlawed, only criminals will have Nega-Gamma Guns! And, I suppose, Reed Richards would have one too.
Panels from Incredible Hulk (1968 series) #153 (July 1972), script by Roy Thomas and Gary Friedrich, pencils by Dick Ayers and Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin, letters by Jean Izzo
The Nega-Gamma Gun is, according to either The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe or Jane's Guide to KirbyTech Weaponry, a high-powered firearm that releases blasts of concentrated gamma radiation. And as we all know, Reed is quite fond of the concept of giving enemies more of the power that makes them unstoppable. Really, where did Reed study physics...oh yeah, the nation's top technological university: State College. Well, that explains a lot, doesn't it? Oh, anyway, as Reed explains (once again after the fact, mind you) that he can drain gamma energy from the Hulk using the Nega-Gamma Gun, it actually does work. It works well enough for the Hulk to do a comedy pratfall right on his face while he and Ben Grimm banter. Those two, i tell ya! Nothing gets in the way of their banter.
*Support Haulers In Exceptional Lifting Detail, Little Marine Dudes.